A group of retired friends,keeping fit by walking at least 7 miles a week,since 2005 over 4,000 miles in all types of weather.
Keeping mostly to Kent footpaths.
Paleolithic rock shelter.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Selling in the mud
On a very misty morning 6 of us met up at Selling railway station then leaving the cars in the car park we crossed the railway bridge and followed the overgrown footpath . Across the road into Blackleys apple plantation where all we could see was a very muddy footpath through the orchard . Unfortunately the orchard was bare of fruit which dampened the day even more . The going was very muddy and hard work and it soon became apparent that the new walk planned by our leader would have to be forgotten and we would make up a rough and ready walk as we went along . Into Goulds woods by the saw mill the paths were even more muddy due to the passage of forestry lorries working in the area .On through the mud to Forresters Lodge Farm then when we reached the A2 we turned into Arnold Wood then along Dunkirk Rd . Through Winterbourne Wood . Finally we reached the old saw mill again and simply retraced our steps back to the railway station The days walk was struggling from one muddy path to another Still a enjoyable day with good company Better than work any day
Entrance to plantation
Typical conditions of the paths
Recently felled trees
Winter in on its way
Is this Charlie Browns Pumpkin Patch
First time we have seen pigs roaming free in the woods